The Boston Renegades seek redemption when they return to Women’s Football Alliance National Championship Game in Atlanta to face the Los Angeles Warriors.
For the second year in a row, the Boston Renegades have advanced to the WFA National Championship. They defeated #1 seed D.C. Divas in the conference finals Saturday night.
A fumble recovery by Renegades defensive end Brooke Goodman in the final minute of a rainy fourth quarter sealed a come-from-behind victory over the visiting Pittsburgh Passion, 33-28.
Linebacker Vicky Eddy dropped D.C. Divas running back Okiima Prickett for a loss on fourth down to secure Boston’s victory in overtime 26-22, handing D.C. their first loss in over a year.
New England’s top women’s tackle football team has released details about upcoming tryouts and off-season training activities (OTAs).
Allison Cahill of the Boston Renegades has become the first quarterback to reach 100 career victories playing exclusively in women’s tackle football leagues.
The Boston Renegades will host a playoff game against the West Michigan Mayhem on Saturday, June 27 at Dilboy Stadium in Somerville, Mass. This match marks the first time any Boston Women’s Football team has faced the Mayhem.
In windy, unseasonably cold, and mostly rainy weather, the Boston Renegades mounted a stunning comeback in the fourth quarter and scored a touchdown in overtime to defeat the Chicago Force.
The Boston Renegades kicked off a new era of competition and camaraderie in Boston Women’s Football history with a resounding 57-0 victory in its franchise opener against the Central Maryland Seahawks at Somerville’s Dilboy Stadium.